C. Marie Jones

About C. Marie Jones

Marie Jones has a Master’s degree in Public Health Administration from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. As a grant writer, she spent years writing proposals for a children’s hospital and later for a variety of non-profit agencies. She is interested in a broad range of health issues.

For most of her career, Marie wrote grant proposals for a nationally recognized pediatric tertiary care facility and later for a variety of health and social service agencies. She continues to work in the field of health care.

Marie’s expertise lies in understanding and explaining how groundbreaking research may impact public health and patient care.  Although her areas of interest are medicine, nutrition, and child development, she attributes her liberal arts background to her research about numerous scientific topics.

Ganglioside for Irritable Bowel Disease and Resistant Diarrhea


Inflamatory bowel disease (IBD) comprises a group of autoimmune conditions that cause inflammation of the intestines. There is no cure for IBD, which requires a lifetime of care, and accounts for over $1.7 billion in health care costs. Some examples of IBD are Crohn’s Disease and colitis. C.difficile, commonly called C-diff, is considered a “superbug” […]

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Study of ELISA Test Critical as Food Allergies Rise

Are these chips safe for someone with milk or peanut allergies? Image by mooncross

Are processed foods safe for people with allergies? Between milk allergies and peanut allergies, commercially-processed foods can be problematic for many people, particularly kids; allergy is the fifth most common chronic disease in the United States, and the third most common in children. Also, according to the American Academy of Allergy and Immunology, the incidence […]

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Role of the Brain in Chronic Pain: Painfully Absent in Medical Curricula

Pain Management is not Part of Medical School Curricula: Photo by By Taqu

In spite of astonishing medical discoveries in the treatment of chronic pain, the faculty of medical schools in the United States and Canada largely ignore the study of pain management. The Neuro Orthopedic Institute in Australia is planning an international conference in  April 2012, in the hopes of promoting education about chronic pain among both medical […]

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Nutrigenetics, Nutrigenomics and the Global Obesity Crisis


Although nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics hold immense promise for the prevention of chronic disease and obesity, we are advised not to put away our running shoes.  An expert in the field provided Decoded Science with her private opinion that “…a nutrigenomic ‘pill’ instead of physical activity is a fantasy.” Decoded Science recently interviewed Professor Maria Koziolkiewicz, […]

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New Diet Method May Prevent Breast Cancer: Intermittent Low-Carbohydrate Diet

A two-day intermittent diet may help prevent breast cancer. Image of breast cancer cells by Itayba

An ingenious new method of dieting may help tip the scales against breast cancer. Studies demonstrate that breast cancer may be preventable, by following a two-day-a-week low-carbohydrate diet. The cancer prevention diet was announced at the CTRC– AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium on December 8, 2011, by Michelle Harvie, author of two studies of the intermittent […]

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